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5 / 5
January 9, 2019
MacGyver Swiss Army tool
If you have ever watched any of the MacGyver tv shows you might know this is the knife he uses for many things. This knife is like a small tool box in... more
Kyle, Texas
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5 / 5
December 20, 2018
Swiss Champ is a champ!
This is probably my fifth time I have purchased this particular brand and style of pocketknife, the Victrinox Swiss Champ Pocketknife. As a utility tool... more
Zachary
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5 / 5
February 17, 2017
Awesome Tool!
Have a old Swiss Army "Cadillac model" knife for over forty five years. Decided to reward myself for my sixty seventh birthday with "The Champ" and totally... more
Syria, Virginia
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3 out of 3 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
December 10, 2014
McGyver
Even McGyver never had a knife like this. It's got so many tools you need a spreadsheet to keep up with them. Even the blades are sharp, which wasn't the... more
cookeville TN
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9 out of 9 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
October 3, 2014
Wouldn't be without it...
I've had my Swiss Champ for over 25 years and I use it every day. Considering it has seen me through countless canoe trips, camping and fishing trips,... more
Buffalo, Minnesota
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18 out of 18 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
September 4, 2014
Swiss Army Champ Knife
Ultimate tool for pocket utility knife.
Zachary, Louisiana
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4 out of 5 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
December 27, 2013
Difficult to use
Item has over 30 tools. However, almost all but 5 could easily be opened. The area on each tool that you grasp to pull it up was negligible ,so it was... more
West Warwick
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Gorobei December 13, 2014
This is a somewhat strange comment, titled "Difficult to use". The commenter says the item has over 30 tools (LLBean says it's 33) and "almost all but 5 could be easily opened." This means that 25-28 tools could be easily opened, and that 5 were difficult. In other words, the overwhelming majority of the tools were easily accessible. Maybe the commenter meant that almost all but 5 were DIFFICULT to open, but who knows? In any case, I'm familiar with how seemingly difficult it can be to get some of the tools opened, especially in a brand new knife, but when you need a particular tool, having one that may be a little hard to get at is surely preferable to not having the tool at all. I never use my fingernails to open the tools in a multi-tool knife like this one, but I have found many ways to get around the difficulty of getting the tools to open up. Usually it's just a case of finding the right item to be able to pry the tool from underneath or from it's nail-nick or slot. I've used the edges of coins, other tools, small rocks, popsicle sticks, even a staple remover to hook and pull out the knife's other tools. As with many other devices, repetition and practice make it easier over time.
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6 out of 20 found this review helpful.
5 / 5
May 22, 2013
Great Knife
A woman's best accessory to carry in her purse!
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RS470NE November 27, 2016
I carried the Swiss Champ knife for 28 years as an Army medical officer including duty with a couple combat Divisions overseas, years in a special operations unit, and counter terrorism field work. I carried a very small pen knife for delicate work, the Swiss Champ for general utility and tools, and an SRK or larger Bowie for heavier duty field work. I tied 2 feet of 550 cord through the Swiss Champ lanyard loop to my belt and thus never lost the knife. (Wrapped the 550 cord securely around the outside of the knife belt pouch.) I ran through several knife pouches over the decades. I prefer the more durable heavy black leather pouches with a snap closure for fast quiet access. I used every one of the Champ tools repeatedly. I used the main knife blade for utility work but always saved the small blade to keep it razor sharp for expedient field surgical work on patients (or myself) for which it served well on both counts. The bottle and can openers were great. The four sizes of flathead (and one phillips-head) screwdrivers were all very useful. The phillips head screwdriver seems to fit more various sized screw heads than you would think it should. The pliers and especially the scissors worked well (to include for suture removals) and were used often. The wood/ plastic sawblade served me well in several field emergencies. The nail file is well cut and sharp and was definitely for more than just finger nails. The fish scaler/hook remover even has a nice 3 inch ruler on it I used. The awl was used often as was the wood chisel and, though less often the cork screw proved useful when needed. The slide out tweezers were excellent for removal of splinters and metal fragments and general use. The slide out dental pick is equally useful. Even the slide out ink pen was a great backup. I consider the Swiss Champ an essential piece of survival and utility gear I had worn on a belt pouch on duty and off duty for the last 40 years and would not be caught dead without it, especially for those unexpected emergencies where it helped save lives including mine. A couple years ago I bumped into our Range Safety Officer's son at the range who said he was visiting his dad before deploying to Afghanistan as an SAW gunner in four days. He was visiting his dad briefly before deploying out to an isolated firebase and was scrambling to pull together his last bit of field kit. So I gave him that same Swiss Champ with the 550 cord wrapped around it and told him if he kept the 550 cord tied to his belt it would probably help keep him out of trouble for the deployment and the rest of his life too. My wife and son each have their Swiss Champ. Enough said. -COL MC USA (RET)
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